Keith Olbermann Exposes Rupert Murdoch’s Betrayal of the War on Christmas

On his MSNBC program Countdown, Keith Olbermann exposed how Rupert Murdoch and his New York Post have betrayed their own war on Christmas by turning their backs on baby Jesus in order to promote the worship of Santa Claus. Olbermann said, "William Donohue and Rupert Murdoch's New York Post, traditional combatants in the war on Christmas have trained their yuletide guns on someone not for failing to put the Christ back in Christmas but for failing to worship Santa Claus."

Conservatives Lick Their Chops While The Left Cannibalizes Obama

After President Obama’s press conference announcing a deal with Republicans on tax cuts, the left exploded with such ferocity and divisiveness that it’s no wonder conservatives always win. While the left demonizes Obama as a sellout for making the best out of losing situation for the majority of Americans, and you can be certain that conservatives are licking their chops watching the left cannibalize President Obama for governing from the center; it is short-sighted and arrogant to believe otherwise.

Danger Lurks On The Horizon For MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann

With the NBC/Comcast merger on the horizon and reports about the infighting at MSNBC surrounding Keith Olbermann becoming more numerous there is real danger lurking on the horizon for Keith Olbermann at MSNBC. If Olbermann fans thought their job was done after the Countdown host returned from suspension last week, they best get prepared because the battle has just begun.

Keith Olbermann Returns to the Air and Delivers A Classy Apology

Keith Olbermann returned from the world's shortest indefinite suspension tonight, and he delivered a very professional and classy apology on Countdown. Olbermann said, "I owe you three apologies. Foremost for having subjected you to this drama. Another by having not known by observation since it is not in the contract for not making political donations although any rule like that probably isn't legal."

How Will the Standoff Between Keith Olbermann and MSNBC End?

The twist and turns keep coming in the saga of Keith Olbermann's suspension, with the latest being that Countdown was suspended for refusing to apologize on the air for his political donations. Instead of a rules violation, what we have here is a power play between MSNBC and their top anchor. If the network holds firm, Olbermann could be sitting at home for a long, long time.

Rachel Maddow Explains Why Keith Olbermann was Suspended

On her MSNBC program tonight, Rachel Maddow explained that Keith Olbermann was suspended for breaking a rule that forbids hosts from making political donations without prior approval, but she urged that Olbermann be put back on the air. She thought Olbermann should be held to the rule, but "I also personally believe that the point has been made and we should have Keith back hosting Countdown."

MSNBC is Not Fox News: Keith Olbermann Suspended for Political Donations

MSNBC announced today that Countdown host Keith Olbermann has been indefinitely suspended by the network for making political donations to three Democratic congressional candidates. Olbermann said that he didn't encourage other to donate, but the network suspended him for violating their policy against political donations. This once again proves that MSNBC is not Fox News where the money flows freely to the GOP.

Keith Olbermann Mocks the New Weeper of the House John Boehner

On his MSNBC program Countdown, Keith Olbermann was recapping some of the stranger moments from last night's victory and concession speeches when he discussed John Boehner's leaving his man pants at home and crying at the drop of a hat, "This was set against the context of a republican campaign filled with demands from conservatives about manliness and manning up. Ladies and gentlemen, the new weeper of the house."

Has Rachel Maddow Become MSNBC’s #1 Show?

While looking through the past couple of weeks of prime time cable news ratings, I noticed something interesting. Keith Olbermann's Countdown is no longer the dominate show on the network. Olbermann's program is being challenged for in house supremacy by The Rachel Maddow Show. Maddow has been running neck and neck with or defeating Countdown on a regular basis.